Set in the blood-soaked and paranoid world of the French Revolution, We. The Revolution from Polyslash is officially out with Linux support.
Someone please lock away my wallet, as the GOG Spring Sale is live and it's full of discounted Linux games.
Barony is a game I hadn't honestly touched in a very long time, which all changed with the Myths & Outcasts DLC that released last month giving new ways to play. It's also now on GOG, so that's great.
While the Linux version has been up on GOG for a little while, Steam was left a bit behind. Now the Linux version on Steam has been officially announced and released but there's an issue with Steam Play.
Kingdom Rush Origins, the excellent tower defense game from Ironhide Game Studio is seeing some great updates, with another campaign named Forgotten treasures now up.
Wizard of Legend is one of my favourite indie games to play in local co-op and it's great fun alone too, the developer Contingent99 just released the huge Sky Palace update.
Convoy seems to be seeing some good post-release support from developer Convoy Games, with a free content update now available.
For those who love their DRM-free gaming, GOG have just recently put up their latest weekly sale with quite a few Linux games available.
Hypnospace Outlaw is both ridiculous and brilliant, a game that simulates the '90s internet in a rather disturbing way and it's out now with Linux support.
Inspired by the likes of Twin Peaks and X-Files, Truberbrook from developer btf and publisher Headup is now out with Linux support.
While Mana Spark may not have sold enough to warrant a large update, the developer has still improved this challenging action-RPG with a recent update.
For those who prefer to buy their games from GOG for that DRM-free goodness, they have a Midweek Sale on with some good Linux games in it.
ATOM RPG, the impressive classic Fallout-like experience is set for a massive update on March 20th and it sounds exciting.
Railway Empire continues to grow with the fifth expansion now available, this time Germany takes centre stage.
The DRM-free store GOG have another addition to their Linux line-up with Slime-san: Superslime Edition now available.
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